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U. S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS®) Improve safety Enhance our economy Z Protect

U. S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS®) Improve safety Enhance our economy Z Protect our environment Zdenka Willis Director, US IOOS Office CIMAR-GOMC meeting – 25 Feb 2015

U. S. IOOS®: Program Overview Coastal Component 1 – 17 Federal agencies • Codified

U. S. IOOS®: Program Overview Coastal Component 1 – 17 Federal agencies • Codified in law (P. L. No 111 -11, March 2009) • Partnership effort that leverages dispersed national investments to deliver ocean, coastal and Great Lakes data relevant to decisionmakers – 13 regional partners – Academia & Industry 7 Global Component 5 – US 3 contribution to GOOS 8 6 9 10 – 64% of the Global Climate 11 Ocean Observing System 12 4 completed 2 2

IOOS - National Backbone 607: Buoys, Water Level Gauges, Coastal and Estuary stations Satellites

IOOS - National Backbone 607: Buoys, Water Level Gauges, Coastal and Estuary stations Satellites Stream Gauges PORTS® Water Quality Research Infrastructure 3

IOOS – Regional Component High Frequency Radar 449: Buoys, Water Level Gauges, Coastal and

IOOS – Regional Component High Frequency Radar 449: Buoys, Water Level Gauges, Coastal and Estuary stations Tagging Waves 4

IOOS: Advancing Communities Animal Telemetry: Wave Measurements: Gliders: HF Radar: 5

IOOS: Advancing Communities Animal Telemetry: Wave Measurements: Gliders: HF Radar: 5

DMAC: Delivering Information http: //catalog. ioos. us http: //www. ioos. noaa. gov/catalog 6

DMAC: Delivering Information http: //catalog. ioos. us http: //www. ioos. noaa. gov/catalog 6

Marine Sensor Innovation Sensor Evaluation Coastal Modeling Test bed Ocean Technology Transition 7

Marine Sensor Innovation Sensor Evaluation Coastal Modeling Test bed Ocean Technology Transition 7

Alliance for Coastal Technologies ACT Services ± A third-party testbed for evaluating technologies ±

Alliance for Coastal Technologies ACT Services ± A third-party testbed for evaluating technologies ± PH Sensors (2013/2014) – 7 ± DO Sensors II (2014/2015) – 10 ± Nutrient Sensor Challenge (2015/2016) ± A forum for capacity and consensus building ± An information clearinghouse for environmental technologies 8

US IOOS Coastal & Ocean Modeling Testbed • Venue to facilitate testing and transitions

US IOOS Coastal & Ocean Modeling Testbed • Venue to facilitate testing and transitions into operations. • Improving ties to different NOAA and partner Agency modeling efforts. • 5 projects; Hypoxia in Gulf of Mexico and Chesapeake Bay, Inundation in PR/USVI, West Coast Operational Forecast System, CI tools for comparing models/data 9

Ocean Technology Transition – FY 13 • West Coast Ocean Acidification • • Predicting

Ocean Technology Transition – FY 13 • West Coast Ocean Acidification • • Predicting Harmful Algal Blooms Accomplishments – Expanded Gulf of Maine ESPs – Enhanced Reaction & Filter Puck – Model Integration – Data thru NERACOOS 10

Ocean Technology Transfer – FY 14 Fostering the transition of marine sensor and other

Ocean Technology Transfer – FY 14 Fostering the transition of marine sensor and other advanced observing technologies to operations mode. IOOS awarded five grants totaling $2. 1 million Operational Nutrient Observatory for the Northeastern United States – Industry Partner: Wet. Labs The “Burk-o-lator” – developing low cost OA sensors Imaging Flow Cyto. Bot in SF Bay – Industry Partner: Mc. Lain & Axiom 11

Marine Biodiversity • 3 MBON projects: showing how marine and coastal data can be

Marine Biodiversity • 3 MBON projects: showing how marine and coastal data can be integrated into the system • This U. S. regional contribution to GEO BON • Four geographic areas: – – the Florida Keys Monterey Bay Santa Barbara Channel Islands U. S. Chukchi Sea • http: //www. ioos. noaa. gov/biodive rsity/welcome. html Credit: MBARI 12

U. S. IOOS: A System of Systems

U. S. IOOS: A System of Systems

Total in situ networks 67% continuous satellite measurements of sea surface temperature, height, winds,

Total in situ networks 67% continuous satellite measurements of sea surface temperature, height, winds, ocean color, and sea ice Dec 2014 100% Surface measurements from volunteer ships (VOS) 250 ships in VOSclim pilot project 100% Global drifting surface buoy array ice buoys 5° resolution array: 1250 floats 40% Fast data Slow/no data 39% Tide gauge network (GLOSS committed) GPS 300 real-time reporting gauges XBT sub-surface temperature section network 37000 XBTs deployed Argo profiling float 100% network 3° resolution array: 3200 floats Global time series network 66% 76% Global tropical moored buoy network 62% Repeat hydrography and carbon inventory (Planned) Full ocean survey in 10 years 125 moorings planned 87 combined sites Representative Milestones 30 34 100% 40 45 48 55 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 56 59 60 62 2006 2007 2008 2009 62 62 2010 2011 62 62% 67% 2012 2013 2014 Original goal for full implementation by 2010 System % sustained, of initial goals

22 -23. 11. 2012 GEO-IX Plenary, Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil

22 -23. 11. 2012 GEO-IX Plenary, Foz do Iguaçu, Brazil

US IOOS at Work Enables decision making Fosters Advances in Science and Technology www.

US IOOS at Work Enables decision making Fosters Advances in Science and Technology www. noaa. ioos. gov https: //www. facebook. com/usioosgov @usioosgov 17